NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Rising songstress, Olivia Ooms, will share her “passionate lyrics” and “distinctive pop-country sound” (LA Times/Ashley Ramynke) on “Good Morning LaLa Land” as she performs her latest single “California Country” live at 9 a.m. PT on Thursday, Sept. 12.
The Huntington Beach native co-wrote “California Country” with ACM Award-winner Jamie O’Neal, who also produced the track that has amassed over 36,000 streams across all streaming platforms. The catchy release “takes surf city to the deep south” (OC Weekly/Matt Coker) as Ooms combines her coastal roots and southern sound.
“California Country” follows the singer-songwriter’s latest single “Thoughts of You,” which landed Ooms a spot in CMT’s Artist Discovery Program, a performance on CMA’s Spotlight Stage during CMA Fest and placement on Radio Disney’s RDYou Station.
Ooms regularly performs at venues throughout her home state with her band Highway 39. The emerging entertainer also spends a lot of time on the road, most recently opening for The Swon Brothers and John Fullbright at the Oklahoma Festival of Ballooning. As an opener for country music acts such as Lady Antebellum, Old Dominion and country music icon Tanya Tucker, Ooms has established herself as an artist whose boots are here to stay.
ABOUT OLIVIA OOMS:
Seventeen-year-old singer-songwriter Olivia Ooms has the mature vocals and songwriting prowess of an old soul. With her new single “California Country,” co-written and produced by ACM Award winner Jamie O’Neal, the Huntington Beach, Calif. native combines her coastal roots and southern sound. “California Country” follows Ooms’ debut single “Thoughts of You,” which landed the emerging entertainer a spot in CMT’s Artist Discovery Program, a performance on CMA’s Spotlight Stage and placement as the first female country artist featured on Radio Disney’s RDYou Station. Ooms’ passion for country music is evident in every performance from opening for Lady Antebellum and Old Dominion with her band at Coastal Country Jam, The Swon Brothers and John Fullbright at the Oklahoma Festival of Ballooning and country music icon Tanya Tucker, whose path Ooms can certainly relate to as a teenage songstress rising to fame. While not on the road, Ooms is actively involved with her performing arts magnet program at her high school and in the community through her involvement with the Huntington Beach Police Department, Community Outreach Alliance and numerous environmental causes.